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THE J. M. HENSON MUSIC CO. 



214 Capitol Avenue, S. E. 
ATLANT\, GEORGIA 



No. 2. 



J. M. H. 



Not Far, Not Far! 

Copyright 1945, in "Visions of Victory" 
Owned by J. M. Henson. 



J. M. Henson. 



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2. They say there is a eh n-ing crown, And Heaven's gate a-jar, Where I shall 

3. They say there is a throne of gold, Where sits our Morning Star, And no one 

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Star of Promise 



Words of Joy and faith and prayer 
Lift from man his worldly care. 
Eyes will shine and lips will smile 
Praising God with music, while 
Blending voices synchronise 
Stars of Promise to the skies. 

— Alice Austin Sheffield 



luitable for all occasions where 

are used 



new gospel songs 



Byron L. Whltworth 
Jas. C. Moore 
J. W. Askew 
Henry L. Thompson 
James M. Black 
J. Porter Thomason 
A. H. Glasscock 
Carl R. Harrington 
Rev. G. E. Dupree 
C. C. Maples 
Jesse B. Hardin 
W. J. Perry 
J. N. Johns 
W. K. Wimberley 
G. J. Spivey 
Alvin Bell 
W. P. Crumley 



By J. M. Heiisou 

W. C. Tinsley 
Curtis Taylor 
John M. Dye 
Paul Cochran 
Geo. C. Stebbins 
John Taylor 
Jas. W. Poole 
U. S. Lindsey 
G. L. Baker 
Rev. Andrew Jenkins 
Jimmie Jacobs 
Chas. E. Rogers 
J. Max Barnette 
John V. Cobb 
J. C. Cronic 
H. L. Hilliard 
J. T. MoKibben 
T. P. Gladden 




R. W. Barnette - 
W. Floyd Taylor 
Earl B. Casey 
Theodore Sisk 
B. D. Ackley 
John Timmons 
Geo. W. Rambo 
I. A. Abston 
Jos. E. Edwards 
Thurman Creel 
T. N. Davis 
B. P. Gilliland 
R. L. Hamil 
G. A. Phillips 
B. W. Merritt 
A. H. Elliott 
Jim Womack 



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No. 



He Reigns! 



Copyrighted 1941, in "Songs of Gladness" 
Dedicated to David Lipscomb Cotlege. Nashville. Tenn.. 
J. M. HENSDN on lheir Semi-Centennial EARL B. CASEY 



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He rose to prove His might -y love, Our hope, our stay, our shield. 
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No. 1. 



Stars Of Promise 



Rev. Alf r«d Barratt. Owned by J. M. Hen sow. 

Copyrighted 1MB, in "Star of PromiBe." 

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1. There are stars o! prom-ise glow-ing, O'er our p ath -way day and 

2. Put your trust in Je - bus oa - ly, Leave the path- way of de- 

3. Dai - ly bless-ing He is bring-ing, To the hearts by sin op- 

4. There art stars of prom-ise shin - ing. Prom-ia • es that nev • er 
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No one need be sad and lone -ly, — He will keep us in His care. 
Sweet and clear His voice is ring-ing, — "I will give you peace and rest.' 1 
Trust in God and cease re- pinning,— Then at last ye shall pre - vail. 
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No. 2. Sunshine All The Way 

Copyrighted 1946, in "Star of Promise.'* 
Ann* Danunore. Owned by J, C. Moore and J. M. Heneou James M. Black. 






1. There is sun-shine all the way with Je - ens, And to walk with Him is 

2. There is sun-sh ne all the way with Je - ens, His com-pan-ion - ihip is 

3. There U san-shine all the way with Je - bus, I will never-more from 

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No. 3. Let the World See Jesus in You 



Copyright 1946, to "Star of Promiie.' 

OWNED BY J. M. HENSON 



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1. Let yonr life be a light for the Mas ter etch day, 

2. Help the poor, weak and lame, cheer the eor-row and Bad, Let the world tea 

3. What a won -der-fu! life, with the Sav-iour to come, 

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Lift the bur-dens bo heav-y, yes oth-ers make glad, 
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The Good Shepherd 



Mar M. Brewster. Copyright, 1946 in "Star of Promise." 

(SUITABLE FOR SOLO) OWNED BY HENSON 1 MOORE. 



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A Friend Of Mine 

Copyright 194S, in "'Star of Promise" 

OWNED BY J. M. HENSON 



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No. 6, 



He Covers My Sins 



Copyright 1946, in "Stir of Promise." 
Rev. Alfred Barratt. owned by j. m. henson 



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2. The thorns that Ha wore, The stripesthat He bore, While there as my 

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down like a flood; My mur -mur-ings cease, 'Tis there I find peace, — 
sonl-heal - ing flood; Trans-formed by His grace, Te look on His face,— 

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Copyright 1046, in Star of Promise" 
Jennie Wilton Owned by J. M. Hraaoir. 



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No. 8 Jesus Wrought Wonders In Me 



W. C. Martin 



Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promise" 
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2. Oace I was blind bat I now «lear-ly see, For Je - bob wrought 

3. Once I loved pleas-are, bat now I lore God, For Je - 3us wrought 

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No, 9. My Name Is Recorded On the Roll 



Copyright 1946. in ''Star of Promise. 
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1. Since Je- bob has par-doned all my tin, And whispered His word 

2. He kaeps me and guards mo ev-'ry day, For He is my Hope, 

3. His won-der-ful love pro-vides a rest, In man-siona a bove 

4. I'm walk-ing each day cloae by His side, For Ha is my Friend 



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trength and Stay; In love He has tak - en full con-trol, My name ll re- 
mong the blest; I'm sing-ing my song from pole to pole, 
on • ly Guide; I know I shall readh that shin-ing goal. 

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Copyright 1046, in "Star of Promise" 

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1. We art presa-iog on-ward day by day, (yes day by day) Gnid-ed by enr 

2. Sor-rowi will be o - ver on that shore(that shining shore) When we join the 

3. Ev-'ry dis-ap-pointment grief and care(the grief and care) We.shall some day 

4. When at last we reach that bappy borne (our happy home) With the ransomed 

Sav-ior's band, There's a mansion bright a-cross the way, fa -cross the way 
aa - gel band, We Bhall dwell with loved ones ev-ev-er-more(for-ev-.er-more) 
an - der- stand, Er-er - last - ing joys a - wait as there, (a - wait ns there,) 
we shall stand, Nev-er-more in ways of sin te roam, (ne more to roam) 

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No. 11 The Harvest Time Goes By 



CharUa Gabriel 




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1. Chris-tian wake! be np and <lo-ing, For the bar -Test time goei 

2. Gath-er in the wear-y wan-d'rers,To the serv - ice of the 

3. When the last sheaf home is^_gath-ered,And the reap -er's work is 

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JAMBA lOVI 



When Morning Breaks 

Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promise'' 
Owned by J. M. Hbnsox. 



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1. When the morn-ing breaks and theehad-ows fie* a - way, Earth-ly tri -als 

2. When the cur - tain falls and the play o! life is o'er, We shall hast-en 

3. When the morn-ing breaks, at the feet of Heaven's King, Gathered sheaves w e 




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will be o'er. In the Morn-ing Land.thro' a bright e-ter-nal day, We shall 
to the Gate. 'Twill be o-pened wide by the One that we a - dore, And our 
hope to lay. Theu.withcrowns adorned, we the triumph song shall sing, Thro' a 




live for - ev - er-m ore. With the an - gels we shall be sing - ing, 

rap-ture will be great. 

nev - er end -ing day. so fair op there, 

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No. 13. His Love is Sweeter Than That 



HERBERT BTJFFU1* 



Copyright, 1946 in "Star of Promise.' 

OWNED BY J. M. HENSON 



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1. Yon may speak of the Jova of a moth -er, Which is con-stanttho'oth- 

2. strong is the love of a sweet-heart, ThatjiasBtoodthru the teBt- 

3. A broth -er and sis-terare faith- fa), A fa - ther will toil 

4. God's love is far deep - er than o-ceans, And high - er than Heav 

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•r loves fail; Tet e - Ten a - gainst this great bul - wark.Mis- 

ingi of life; But oft - an it chang-es to ash - es, When 

thro the years; But some-times they all fail when need - ed, And 

en a - bove; Praise the Lord we can al - ways de - pend on, This 

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tronb-le and heart-aches are rife, The great love of Je • im is 

leave us In tor - row and tears. 

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No. J 4 Trust In the Strength Of Jesus 

Copyright 1046, in ''Star of Promise" 

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He car-eth for E.s own; No dan-ger shall be -fall him Who trusts in 
Make Him your hope and stay; Then He will guard and guide you, To realms of 



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No, 15 God's Word Is a Light On My Way 



W. C< Pool* 



Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promise.' 
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2. My chart and my corn-pass on o - Ter life's sea My bright bea-coi shin -ing 

3. My rock and my ref -age when storm-bil-lows roll, When high bil -lows tosi-ing 



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thro' darkness for me— My con- stant com-pan-ion it ev - er shall lie, 
wouldsweep o'er my soul; I Beak it for re! - age, give Je -bub con-trol, 

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No. 16. Is Your Soul Without Light? 



Rev Alfred Barrett. 



Copyright, 1946 in "Star of Promise." 

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2. There's a vi ice soft and clear Falling now on your ear, And its ac cents are 1 

3. He will hear wh:n yon call , Tho ' your faith may be small, W hen your hear t is with 

4. Come to Je-sus to-day, And 10 long-tr de-lay, He will ban-ish your f 
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When Christ Shall Appear 



AVTBMD BAHHATT 



Copyrifht 1946: in "Star ef Promise" 

OWNED BY J. M. HENSON 



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1. There'i a glad day fast ap-proaching, the most beau-ti - fal of daya , A nd that 

2. When the Sav-iour comes from glo ry, all the dead in Christ shall rise, A nd the 

3. All the faith-ful ones are wait-ing, watching for that bliss-fnl tight, And their 



blesa-ed time is sura-ly drawing near; When the saints of earth shall gather and with 
darkness of this worldihalIdis-appear;For the sweetest songs of an-gels shall re- 
hearts are now no longer wrapt in fear; When onr eyes at last be-hold Him, we shall 

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Copyright 1940, in "Star of Promise' 

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1. My Sit • ioar has prom-ised H'ell aev - cr for ■ sake, The' man -y temp 

2. He keep-eth me safe from the dangers nn- seen, Temp-ta -tloas a- 

3. Someday In His bean- ty, the King I shall see, With all the re - 

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i. M. Hanson 



Copyright 1046, in "Star of Promise" 
J. fll. Hanson owner 



Jlmmfe Jacobs 



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2. Side by side wo all have la -bored in the great har-vest field, Help-rag 

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No. 20 Like a Breeze From the Ocean 



AXJTBMD BABBATI 



Copyright 19*6. in "Star of Piomiea" 
Owned by J. M. Hehson, 




1. Like a breeze from the o-cean Thy love comes to me, When my heart it for- 

2. Like a breeze from the o-cean Thy love comes to me, In the mo-ments of 

3. Like a breeze from the ocean Thy love comes to me, No one ev - er yet 

4. Like a breeze from the o-cean Thy love comes to me, And.it rings like a 

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No. 21. I Will Trust the One Who Died for Me 



Copyright 1946, in "'SUr of Promiie." 
Mrs. Lizzie Da Armend. owned by moore & neniok. 



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2. Ho Hasprom-ised His a -bid-ing pres-ence, Tho'theKing of kings ia- 
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deed is He; On the era - el cross He paid the ran som, I will trust the 
face I'll see; When the long, long earthly road is end-ed, I will trust the 






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No. 22 Get Aboard the Sunshine Train 



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Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promise" 

Ow.\EL> EI J. M. HZKSOS, 



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1. What's the use to fret and whine, or to sit a -lone and pine, Get a-board the 

2. Are yon on the grouchy track, torn around and hasten back , TraTel where sweet 

3. Nev-er ride that wea-ry train, nev-ar gram-Lie or corn-plain, Get a-board the 

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son - shine train ere you be too late; 

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Lin - ger not in sin and strife, 
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Live a better, high-er life, Sidiag on the snn-shine train, get a-board to-day. 
Get a • board and ride it thru To the joys that wait for yoa at the pearl- v gate. 

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No. 23 We'll Top the Hills of Glory 

Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promiso" 
Re». Rupert Cravena J. M. Benson owner J. M. Henaon 

1. I'm oft • en made to won-der a - long this pil-grim way, A • boat the 

2. I'll keep oa trast-ing sweet-ly an - til the day is done, I'll do my 
t. Ob, let us bear ourcross-es, ne'er stop-ping to corn-plain, Let's go in • 

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best for Je-sns, I'll work till set oi Bun; Much fair-er then in glo - ry my 
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No. 24. What a Singing There 

Copyright 19*6. in "Star of Piomise" 
Owned by J. M. Henson. 

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2. Each step grows clearer here , up-on the up -ward way , And hope grows dearer here, 

3. Our tor-rows shar-ing here, to sing ia Glo - ry-land, Oar bar-decs bearing then, 






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to walk the gold-en strand.Ourtoilsomefar-ingheie, but soon the an- 

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Arr.br J. T. M. 



Sweet Melodies 

Copyright 1048, in "Star of Promise" 
Owned by Benson and McEibbea 



J.T. McKlbb.n 






1. A-rnaz-ing grace how sweet the. sound That saved a 

2, Ohap-py day that fixed my choice On Thee my 

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R«t.A H, Ackley 



Teach Us to Pray 

Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promise" 
Owned by Jas. C. Moore and J. M. Benson 






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1. Teach m to pray ts Thou hast taught, A prayer in-spired by pure de-sire; 

2. Teach as to pray! not earthly gain, Seek-ing life's pleasures vain and gay; 

3. Teach us to pray and nn-der-stand To-day its bless-ings to hold dear; 

4. Teach us to pray for all we should, Our fee - ble sight cannot dis-csrn; 



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Seek - ing re-lease from toil and pain, Thus may we nev - er pray. 
Brave-ly to do what Thou hast planned, With-out a doubt or fear. 
The rec-om-pense of ill or good; _ 0, may we trust and learn, 

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Jesus Leads Me On 

Copyright 1948, in "Star of Promis*" 
Owned by Henson »nd Bumbo 



Geo. W. Rambo 



1. I've a friend who is ev-er walk-ing close by my tide, He leads ma 

2. He's my ref • uge for -ev-er all my sins He will hide, 

3. Love of Je - lug my Sav-ior ev-er - more will a-bide, 

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Copyright; 1946 in "St»r of Promise." 

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I , In the time of grief, when yon crave far relief , Faint not neith-er vain-ly sigh; 
3. Whenthe clondahanglow.on your journey below, There's al-ways a snn-ny sky; 
I. Whenthe thnn-ders roll, He is keep-ingyonrsonl, Tour faith on the Lord re -ly; 



>i Look to God in prayer, never-more des-pair, 
There's a lov • ing Eyo .watching frhm the sky, Then bo strong till the clouds roll by. 
There is love and light, in tbo dark-est night, 
Bo will not for- sake, till the shad-ows break, 

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No. 30 

J.M.H. 



Glory Is In My Soul 

Copyright 1946, in Star of Promise" 
Owned by J. M. Hensoic. 



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1. Je - sua has lift-ed me from Bin and shame, No more in sin I stray; 

2. Gone is theheav-y weight that pressed me low, Heav-en is now my goal; 
2. Nothing can turn me from the shining way,0 glory! Backward 1 look no more; 



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On to the Cit - y with my friend I go, re-joic-ing, Glo - ry is in my soul. 
Onward and upward with my Lord each day ,0 glory, He's been the way be-fore. 

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T. O. C. 



The Evening Of Life 

Copyright 1948, In "otar of Promise" 

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As I trav -el life's road, 1 can Bee » - far, And I know that tome day 
Are you ready to meet Je -sub in the air, And the an-gels of I J ear- 



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en so pure and fair; Will He say un - to you,"En-ter in • to rest? 

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No. 32 




liraiD BABBATX 



The Light Of Love 

Copyright 1946, in "Stir of Piomiie" 
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1. Does you sad heart for par-don yearn, And do you long for peace and love, 

2. The Say -ior waits for your re-tarn, wea - ry souls do long - er roam, 

3. Come back to God, your Bins con- f ess,' Tis but one step from sin to grace, 

4. Ike light of love doth brightly burn, sin - ner leave the ways of strife, 
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The light of love doth bright-ly bum, His welcome voice bidsyou come horn* 
He waits to save to cheer, to bless, And then to show Hissmil-ing face. 
A feait a - waits on ycnr re • turn, A feast of ev - er • last -ing life. 

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ALTHID BABHATK 



When I See My Savior 

Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promiae." 
Owned by J. M. Hraraozr. 



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2. Tho' ray earth-ly jour - ney is with Bor-row lined All my earth-born troubles, 

3. I will cease to murmur, neith-er pine or fret, I will face with courage, 

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I shall leave be - hind, With the saints and an-gels end-less pleas-urn find: — 
ev - 'ry vain re - gret, All my earth-ly trou - bles I shall soon for • get; — 
at the jour-ney's end, Bo I will be faith - ful to my Faith-ful Friend;— 

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J. M. Heason 




Keep His Banner Waving 

Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promiie." 



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2. We will bring new worker! in, From the bar-ren fields o! tin, And will he'p 

3. Let His ban-ner ev-er wave, For His life for as He gave.And will keep 

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We will wave His banner high, And will vrork and fight for onr e - ter - nal King. 
If we to the end en-dare, We are ai re-joic -ing, fighting hand in hand. 
It will be far you and me , When we all in Heav-en with the hosts shall sing. 

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Fight with conr-age true, Now yonrBtrength renew, 

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No. 35. Rejoice! 

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1. While shepherds watched their flocks by night, AH wear-y weak and worn; 

2. The wise men saw a shin - ing Star, That led them on their way; 

3. That Star led on from Beth- la- hem, To all the world a -round; 

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They heard the voice of an-gels say, "To you a Saviour's born." 
Un - til they reached that hum b!e place, In which the Sav-iour lay. 
Till ev - 'ry na-tion heard the news, And free sal - va - tion found. 

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All praise to Him All hoa-or to His Name; 

All praise and hon-or to His Name, great Name; 



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No. 36. That Beautiful Home 



H. W. Elliot 



Arr. copyright, MCMXLIV, in Radiant Joy, Emmett S. Deaa 

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2. In that beau- ti - ful home, a crown I shall wear, With the glo - ri-fied 

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2. If in the dusk of the twi- light, Dim be the re-gion a - far, 

3. Hope as an an- chor so stead-fast, Bends the dark veil |or the soul, 

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Will not the deep- en- ing dark-ness Bright-en the glim-mer-ing star? 
Whither the Mas-ter has en-tered, Bob-bing the grave of its goal. 

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U* S. Lindsay 



I'm Gonna Ride On a Cloud 



Cbpyright 1946, in "Star of Promise." 
Owned et thi Anaoai. 



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1. Boon I'll catch a cltud and rise, Fly above the vaulted skies, For my home .. 

2. I shall bid this world goobye, Meet my friends who live on high.Who hare lived L 

3. I shall ling the glad new song, With the might-j right-e»ns throng, At the sounding 



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No. 39 



1 Will Never Turn Back 



"My aheep heir my voice, and I know them, and they follow me" (Jeans)— John 10: 37 
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1. Once I wan-dered in darkness nnsaved, Till the Savior Came knocking at my heart, 

2. Of His love I will sing ev-'ry day, Tec I Ml sing at His wondrouspow'rttiave, 

3. In His serv-ice each day may I be, Leading sin-ners to Je-suo to bekealed, 

4. Heal-ing bod-y and sonl by His blood, And He feeepa me each moment by His pow'r 
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Thro' the bl ooi flowing from Cal-va-ry, Tilths light of His lave is re-vealed. 
I will walk in the light of His word, And be read -7 to go an • y hour. 

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No. 40. 



Rev, Alfred Barrttt 



Let Your Face Be Radiant 

Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promise" 

OWNED BY J. M. HENSON 



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2. When yoa meet the lone and sad, Wit 'a your sweetness make them glad, Give them 

3. There are man - y souls to win, From the drear-y ways of Bin, Take the 

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There to dwell with those yonlove. 

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I Am Satisfied 

Copyright 1040. ia "Star of Promiso'. 

OWNED BY J. M. MINION 




John Tailor, 



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2. I re-cei- edan in- vi- ta-tion, Sa tan paid my trans-por-ta-tion.Ar dmy 

3. I have made m y res er - va-tion, for a land ol in - bi-la-tion, And 'til 

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reach my des-ti - na-tion, And to - day, I'm sat - is - fied.l'm sat-U-fied. 

is my des-ti - na-tion, And to- day, I'm sat- is-fied, I 'm sat- is -fied. 

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2. Lord make my life , a shin - ing light 

3. I want my friends to pray for me, 

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Lord help me pray for them each day, ... 

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That they may find ..-. the glo - ry way. (the glo-ry way.) 

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Mother's Gone 

In memory of our dear Mother 
Copyright 1948. in "Billowi of Song" 



Fred Rich 




1. Moth-er's left this world of lor-row, Gone to join that heav'n-ly home! 

2. It will be bo sweet to meet her, On that bless-ed peace-ful shore; 

3. No one knows how much 1 miss her, Ev - 'ry day and ev - 'ry honr; 
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2. I'll go with Him thru the gar- din, ....... _ To the 

3, I'll go with Him thru the judg-ment, There be- 




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place of Cal-Ta - ry,(of Cal-va-ry;)He will lift my load of 

fore the throne I'll stand, Hear Him say Myfaith-fnl 



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No. 45 

J.M.H. 



My Song 



Copyright 1940. in "Star of Promts*" 

OWNED BY ... V. HENION 
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OWNED BY ... M. HENION g. M. KOfOI 

1. My guilt has all been washed a- way, I've joined the rat-somed throng; 

2. His serv-ice is my chief de • light, In Him I am made strong; 

3. I'll see Him in that home a • hove With all the ran-iomed throng; 

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praise Him lor His end-less love, For He is bow my song, 

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No, 46 Go Labor la the Harvest Field 



J.M.H. 



Copyright 1946, im "Star of Promise', 

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1. The har • vest Lord is sweet-ly call -Ing you to • day, (He calls to-day) 

2. The pre - cious grain is bend -ing lew on hill and plain, (on hill and plain) 

3. A crown of life He'll give to all the tried end true, (the tried and true) 

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Ge forth and work for Him in sua - shine ar in rain, (in shine or rain, ) 
In love the har vest Mas- ter still is call • ing you, (ic call- ing yon,) 

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John Newton 



Ortonville 



Dr. Thomas Hastings 




1. How sweet the name of Je-sus sounds In a be-liev-er's ear! It soothes his 

2. It makes the wounded spir-it whole, And calms the troubled breast; 'Tis manna 

3. By Him my pray'rs acceptance gain;Al-tho' with sin de - filed, Sa - tan ac- 



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to the hun-gry soul, And to the wea-ry rest, And to the wea - ry rest, 
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Copyright 1940, in "Star of Promise', 
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1. Youth-fuleol-diBrs strong and brave, there are man-y Bonis to save, Don jour 

2. 8a - tan will your strength op-pose, where-so-e'er this ar-my goes, Bnt yonr 

3. Iho' this fight your soul may try, Christ will all your needs sup-ply, This Hit 



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prom-ise, This Bis prom ■ iie in His word; Hiibless-ed promise; In the 



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Hear your Captain's call to-day. 

Hark your Captain calls to - day. Hear Him calling, 

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No, 49 

J.M.H. 



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Perfect Love 



Copyright 1946, in "stir of Promise" 
Owned by J. M. lLujisosr. 



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1. There's a love mosttrne shown by Christ for you, ac-cept It to-day; 

2. Bhownbyfriend to friend never having end, Help-ing soils to be true; 

3. Such a gift di-vine may be yours and mine, It is flow • ing so free; 

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It will thrill your sonl.nake you free and whole.Drive your cares all a - way. 

Such a perfect love from this friend a-bove,Is for me and for yon. 

I will let Ulead, fill my •v-'ry need, Bent from Hea? • en tome. 

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MaryE. HamrJck 



Gome to the Feast 

Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promise" 
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John Tiramaat 



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Pre • pared in Hii word, And it is free, He calli for all to come. 
I gave of my flesh to all the world, I am the liv - ing bread. 
And He took them in and taught them how To feast np • on His word. 



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The feast Is now ready, won't yon now come? 

No. 51 The Farther Along We Go 

Copyrighted 1940, in ''Star of Promise." 

W, FLOYD TAYLOR OWNIR W. Floyd Taylor 

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1. Tho' ihadowi may e'er our path appear, Andtronblesmayfilloorbeartinithfear^ 

2. My Bonlfrom it's sin has been set free, And nothing can change His love for me f 
i. In weak-ness He gives ns grace divine, He bids us be brave and ne'er re-pinaj 

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The path- way is fraught with joy and eheor,- 

He strengthens onr faith, more clearwa see, The far-ther a -long we go. 

The light ef His smile doth brighter shine, - 

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The light of the Lord doth bright-er grow. The far-ther -long wo go. 

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No. 52 I Will Never Cease to Love My Savior* 



J. M. Hencon 



Copyright 1046, in "Star of Promise" 
Owned by Henson and A.»kew 



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1. I re - ceive to man- y bless-ingsdai-ly.CoTn-iagirommySav-ior'shand, 

2. He is my a - ter • nal song and sto - ry, My e - ter - Dal joy and light, 

3. Just as long as Ufa per-mite my go - ing, I will love and praise Him too, 

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And is lead-ing me a-long to glo-ry, Where there nev-er Bhall be nightjO yon 
With a heart of bless-ingBo-ver-flowing.Ev-er-more I shall be trna; how 

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dot ■ er cease to love my Sav-ior, And I know His love is trn - ly mine. 

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Anon Copyright 1924, by J. W, Askew 



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We are the sin - ner's gos • pel, We are the ecoff-er'a creed; 
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Copyright 1946 in "Star of Promise.' 

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1. My days of lone - li- ness are gone, 

2. My way grows brght-er all a - long, 
8.0 why should an -y soul re -pine? 

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How Beautiful Heaven Must Be 



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2. In Heav-en no droop-ing or piu-ing, No wiah-ingfor else-where to be; 

3. Pare wa-ters of Ufa there are flow-ing, And all who will drink may be free; 

4. The an -gels soBWeet-ly are ling-ing, Where all is bo hap-py and free; 

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No. 56 



H. L. T. 



He's Building a Home 

Copyright 1046, in "Star of Promiae" 

OWNED BY J. M. HBNSON 



Henby L. Thompson 




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1. This world U. not the place for me, con- tent-ed I shall never be, 

2. Since by His blood I am made free, He is bo won-der-ful to me, 

3. I'm on my way to that fair land.where I shall hold my Savion-s hand, 



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be no part-ing tears, bat glo - ry all the end-less years, The saints and 

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No. 57 



1 will an-swer "hare am I*" 



Will They Miss Me? 



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Unci* W»U Cumble '"Divine Praise" _ Eld. L. N. Lather 



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1. I have trav-eled thrn life's val-ley, Thru the heat and thru the cold; 

2. Man -y friends have gathered 'roundme, Sing-ing prais-es to the Lord; 

3. Pre-cious broth-er, lov - tag sis • ter, How you'veaelpeo. ma thru the years; 

4. Soon my la - bor will ba and - ed, And my Lord will call me home; 
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As I stood with trerob-ling ef-fortt, Try-ing to pro-claim His word. 
How you've la-bored on so faith-fnl, And have dried so man - y tears. 
Oft 1 won-der •■ I jow-nay, Will they miss me when I'm gone. 



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No. 58, 



J. M. Henaon 




Alone With My Lord 

Copyright 1(46, in "Star of Promise" 

OWNED BY J. M. HENSON 



T. Eiland Datla 






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1. Tis sweet to go a- lone with my Lord, AnI make my troubles all known, Day by 

2. He whis-pers peace in time of the storm, And calms the bil-low-y Be ;Whena 

3. 1 hold His hand when dark is the way, I know He safe ly will lead, When I 

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feel cast down an -to Him I pi ay, For He is a help • er in • deed. 



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Copyright 1946. in "Star of Promise." 

J.M.H. OWNED BY J. 11. HESSOJf J. M. HSITSOH 

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2. For a • ges men have sought ia vain, For ways all de - vised by man; 

3. take the way of One who knows, And reach heav-en's blest a-bode; 



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W. B. Walbert 




Send Out the News 

Copyright 1946. in "SUrof Promise" 
Owned by Hanson and Poole 



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1. O-ver the earth where mil-lions roam,0-ver the might-y, roll-ing foam, 

2. Mil-lions are lost in Bin's dark night, Show them the way of truth and right, 

3. An-Bwer the call of Christ to-day, Hast-en His bless-ed will o - bey, 
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No. 61 

Samuel Stennott 



Promised Land 



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1. On Jor dan's Btrm - y bank I stand. And cast a wish - fnl eye; 

2. All o'er those wide ex - tend-ed plains, Shines one e - ter - nal day, 

3. No chil-ling winds or poisonous breath Can reach that health-ful shorej 

4. When shall I reach that hap-py place, And be for - ey - er blest? 

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There God the Son for • ey • er reigns And scat - ten night a - way. 
Sick - ness and sor - row, pain and death Are felt and feared no more. 
When shall I see my Fa-ther's face, And in His bos-om rest? 



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No. 62 



Will H. Ruabush 



On the Path to Glory 

Copyright "1946, in "Star of Promise" 
Barnette and Henson owners 



R. W. Barnette 



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1. We are marching on the path to glo • ry, On, 

Voic - es swell-ing. prais-es tell-ing. 

2. Tho' the tern-pest beat, His strong irm shields ni, He 

He will guide us, safe-ly hide us, 

3. Soon the gates of gold will shine be-lore as, No 

Jot and glad-neas. no more sadness. 
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B. E. Hewitt John R.Sweney 

1. More a-bout Jo • bub would I know, More of His grace to oth-ers show: 

2. More a-bout Je - bus let me learn, More of His ho - ly will die - cern, 

3. More a-boat Jo - bus; in His word, Hold-lug com-mun-ion with the Lord; 

4. More a-bout Je-sus; on His throne, Riches in glo - ry all His own; 

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Spir - it of God my teach-er be, Show-ing the things of Christ to me. 
Hear-ing His voice in ev - 'ry line, Mak ing each faith-ful say - ing mine. 
More of His king-dom's sure in-crease,More of His com-ing, Prince of Peace. 

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No. 64 In Thy Presence Evermore 



AUTBSD BiSEATI 



Copyright 1046, in "Star of Promise" 
Owned by J. M. Hxzrsoir. 






1. When the te • dious day of toil fa done, 

2. When the stub- born fight with sin shall cease, 

3. When our hearts are bowed with grief and woe, 

4. When this earth - ly life at last ie o'er, 



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Bless-ed Sav-iour grant ns per-fect peace, 
Sav-iour grant as joys that o - ver-flow, 
Sav-iour grant us on that gold -en shore, 



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In Thy Pres-ence joy for -ev- er-more. 
In Thy Pres-ence life for -ev- er-more. 



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It Will Be Glory There 

Copyright 1948, in "Star of Promise" 
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1. Let us ran onr race with pa - tience, Goid-ed by our Savior's grace, 

2. Just one glimpse of oar Redeem-er, When we cross the riv-er wide, 

3. We could ney-er face the jour - oer, Enow-ing Je-sus was not there, 

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To my good friend and brother, J, M. Henson. 

Copyright, 1945, in "Star of Promise." 
J. CM. {Effectively) owned by moore & henson Jas. O, Moobi 



1. Oft -ten I am tried and tempted, oft -en sor-rows bend me low, Oft my 

2. How I need to be en cour-aged,howIneedyourloveeachday,Needto 

3. When I'm pas.-ing thru the shadows.and it seemsa loa-ing race, AndI'm 

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No. 67. At The Foot Of The Cross 



J. CM. 



Copyright. 1946, in "St»r of Promise,' 

OWNED BY MOORE & HENSON, 



Jas. O. Mooes 



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2. There ev-'ry Bin, ev - 'ry doubt fade a - way, There dawns a per- 

3. There is no oth - er to bless and to save, No one can give 

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sweet re - lief at the grave; Give Him your life, give Him all that yon have, 






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No. 68 Gathering Golden Sheaves 



Jennie Wilton 



Copyright 1948, in "SUr of Promiie" Be»«w»l 
D. W, Criit owsm 




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2, Grand is thfl talk that be- tore thee Hei, 
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Heaven's sweet rest shall the reapers knot, Bright In their craw shall the 




■peed-ing fast, Lov-ing-ly la - bar while life shall last, Gath - 'ring 

ev • or • more,Pa-tient-ly toil till the bar-Test's o'er, 

star-gems glow ,Wu while they toiled in the field below, fiith'riag golden sheaves 

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No. 69 The Bread Of Life 



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Mrs. A. B. Wad* 



Copyright 1946, in "Stat of Promise', 
Owned bt J. M. Henson. 




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Thoa who didst feed the mul-tl-tnde With loaves be-side the Bea; 
Then grate-fal-ly I come to Thee, Id av - 'ry time ol need, 

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When Thoa far me the bread of life, Will break from day to day. 
Will just as vil - Hng-ly pro -vide. The bread of life for me. 
And on Thy rich and boun-teoui store, My hua-gry spir - it feed. 

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Fro a Happy Pilgrim 



A. J. 



Cepyright 1948, in "Star of Promise" 
Owned by J. M. Hbnsos. 




Arr. by Irene Roberts 
Rev. Andrew Jenkins 






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1. I'm a hap-py pil-grim on my way. To the and be-yond the blue. 

2. I'm a hap-pv pil-grim on my way, To the land of love di - vine. 

3. What a hap-py maet-iag that will be, When we reach the gold-en strand. 



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Je - sus walks beside me night and day , He will keep me strong and trne; 
Where the heavy cloud will roll a- way, Then will come the bright sunshine; 
Ev-er with the an-gels glad and free,Sing-ing with the happy band. 

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He will safe-Iy guide me all the way, To the land of light and love, 
Man • y hear- y burdens hard to bear, As I tray - el on life's road, 
There I'll see the Sav-ior face to face, While the hal-le-lu-jahi roll, 

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Bnt the Sav - ior will my Sor-row share, He will bear the heav-y load. 
And will praise Him for His saving grace, In the home-land of the soul. 

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. ,c De-ny thy • self and take thy cross," lathe Redeem-er's blestcommand; 
. The fear - ful soul that tires and faints, And walks the ways of God no more; 
, Lord let not all my hope* be Tain, Cre-ate my heart en-tire - ly new; 

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Na-ture must count her gold as dross, If she would gain this heav'n-ly ladn. 
Is but es teemed al-most a saint, And makes Hia lown de-etruc-tion lure. 
Which hyp-o-crytes could ne'er at-tain, Which false ap-pos-tios nev-er knew, 

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Beyond This World 



Copyright 1046, in "Star of Promiie" 
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2. Be-yond the gloom of doubts andfeare Of grief and 

3. Be-yond the hills and mountains steep, Be-yond the 

4. Be-yond the day, be-yond the sight, Be-yoadthe 

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pain and bit- ter tears; Be-yond the fret... , 

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1. Would you have a song to ling? Give your heart to Je- bub; Would you 

2. Would you gain a faith- ful friend? Give your heart ta Je - bus; Wou'd you 
8. Would yon o -ver- flow with love? Give your heart to Je -bus; Would yon 
4. Would you tri - umph in the strife ?Give your heart to Je - sub; Wonld you 

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J. U. HEiesou 



His Love Leads On 

Copyright 1846, in "Star of Promise" 
Owned by J. M. ELenboj*. 



Hektet L. THcaiPSOKr 




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I. 'Tis hap-pi-ness a - long the read, be-cause I look to Him , And I've laid 
I. praise Him for His eav*ing grace, I'm lift-ed from the mire, At Hia right 

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Copyright 1946, in "Stir of Promise." 

J il l BOW! OWNED BY J. M. HENSON 



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1. My moth- er trod the way to God With Christ of Cal - ▼■- ry; 

2. The Sav - ior dear she trust - ed h re From sin to keep her free; 

3. The pre- cious Word the read and heard And loved so ten-der-ly; 

4. The path the trod, the Word ef God, The Lamb of Cal-va-ry; 



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Whose loTe-light shone and cheered her oh, Is good e • nough for 
Tho' turned a - way by some to - day, Is good e • nongh for 
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Riding the Waves 

Copyright, 1946 in "Star of Promise." 
Owned by Bunette and Henaoa 



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1, I am on the sea of time, on the gos-pel ship sub-lime, I on-ward 

2. For that port I've eet my sails, breasting all the storm-y gales, And from m 
I. With my bless-ed Pi - lot near, I will Be? • er have a fear, I lail be 

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From my course I nev- er mean to nam; 

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3. Make ye tare your prep -a ■ ra • tion For con-nec-tion on this line; 







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He will glad - ly send your tnes-sage, 
Christ, oar bless-ed Lord will help yon, 



If you clear the line to call. 
If yon clear the line to call. 
If yon call on Him in time. 



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Heading Now For Heaven 

Copyright 1846, in Star of Promise" 

OWNED BY J. M. HENSON 



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1. Head-ing now for Heaven, I am go - ing to the home a-bove, Hal-le-lu-jah! 

2. Hap-py on the jour-ney, as I travel thru this world of care, He will keep me, 

3. Head-ing now for glo - ry, hap-py as I trav - el oq in love,al-wajs hap - py 

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Sor-rows oft befall me, and some htav-y bur-dens I mnst bear, He'll help me, 
I am trnst-ing Je- bus, al-ways trnst-ing in the Ho -ly Dove, praise Him, 

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I am free from danger, fer I \aow that Je- bub walks with me, on my 
In the land.of gl - ry, now I know that He pre-parea a place, and I 

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No. 79 

Rev. Johnton Oatman. Jr. 




1, I'm go - ing home to glo • ry-land, That home so bean-ti - fnl and grand; 

I. I'm go - ing home,tho' oft dis-trest, lo those fair man-sions of the blest; 

3. I'm go • iog home with Christ to reign,No sickness there.no grief no pain; 

4. I'm go - ing home to that fair shore, When all my la-bors here are o'er; 

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i. W. A. 



Be A Blessing 

Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promise" 
Owned by Askew and Hen son 



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2. Be a blesa-ing as yon go. Thro' this sin-ful world, Je - ins' love to 
S. Be a bless-ing it -'ry day, Make some pathway bright, Yon eaa help them 

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On the era -el tree, He's theon-ly One can lave e - ter-nal-ly. 
At the set-ting sun, He will sweet-ly say to you His words "Well dono.' 

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2. I will not give np with my heav-y load, Tho' my cross be bard to bear; 

3. He will be with me in each hour of need, And will never let me fall; 



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I know at the end of this lonesome road, I will meet my loved ones there. 
He will be our friend, and a friend in-deed, He ia my All in all. 



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Copyrighted 1941, in "Songs of Gladness*' 

J. M. KEKSOir OWHBD BY THE AUTHORS. 



R. "W. BAHinrrni 



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1. I'm liv - ing with Je-sus my Say-ior as 1 go on life's way, 

2. I'm keep - ing be - side Him each mo-ment and o- bey -ing His voice, 

3. So hap - py to know He is with me I can sind my glag song, 

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Ray Palmer. 



My Faith Looks Up to Thee. 



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2. May Thy rich grace impart, Strength to my fainting heart, My zeal inspire; As Thou hast 

3. While life's dark maze I tread.And griefs around me spread. Be Thou my Guide :Bid darkness 

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died for me,0 may my love to Thee, Pure, warm and changeless b^, A liv-ing fire! 
turn to day, Wipe sorrow's tears away, Nor let me ever stray From Thee a -side, 
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J. M. Hewon 



The Song In My Heart 

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Is far out of reach of man. 
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1, I now go to the bat - tie field, And know that I ean win, 
3. By faith I o • ver - come the world, And from it's snares stay free. 



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The fie • ry darts will all be quenched, For faith is now my shield. 
Temp • ta-tions flee a - way when I My flag ef faith na • furl, 

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No. 86 

J.T. 



My Heart Is Fixed 

Copyright 1946. in "Star of Promise" 
Owned by J. M. Henson. 



John Taylor 



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2. There's a fonnt of love that's ev-er flowing free, (itflows bo free) From the 
3.1 am drink-ing at the foun-tain of my Lord (my blessed Lord) I am 



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throne ol God be-yond the Jas - per sea (the jas per sea,) how sweet it 
feait-ing on the prom-ise oi His word, (His pre-cions word) I will lore an! 

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trust Him while on earth I stay (while here 1 stay) Ai I walk a - long the 
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No. 87 Since the Lord Took My Sins Away 

.Copyright 1948. in '"Star of Promise." 

J.M.H. OWNED BY J. M. HESSOM J. M. •BEHSOS 

1. I am free as a bird an the wing, Or a breeze on a bright sammer day, 

2. I am bought with a price .bless His name, And all His ev-er-morei will stay; 

3. Ha is mine ev-er-more, bless His name, And A-men to His will 1 can say; 



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I can sing wheth-er prose or in rhyme, Since the Lerd took my sins a-way. 

And His love day by day is the same, 

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J. T. M. 



We'll Never Be Lonesome 

Copyright 1946, in ''Star of Promise" 
Owned by Hanson and Mc Eibbea 



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1. In this world there is sor-row,ia this world there is care ,0ft the stormcloBde will 

2. I shall reach that fair Cit- y in the land of the bleat, For so oft-en I'm 

3. Oft the way seems bo lonely, oft the way seems so long, Than mj burdens art 



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long-ing for thatheav-en-ly rest. N->w the home-bells are ringing 'neath the 
heavy , and my heart has no song. Jnst a ten-der word spok-en drives the 



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more here we'll plod, So my brother presB onward to the Cit - y of God. 
heaven -ly dome, Man-y loved ones are wait ing there to wel-comemehome. 
shad-owB a - way, Sets the heart bells all ring-ing for the land of bright day. 



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2 Je- bus calls ns from the worship Of the vain world's gold-en store, 

3. In our joys and in our sor- rows, Days of toil and hours of ease, 

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Day by day His sweet voice sonnd-eth, Say-ing,"Christian,fol-low Me." 

From each i - dol that would keep as, Say-ing, "Christian, love Me more." 
Still He calls, in cares and pleasures, "Christian, love Me more than these." 
Give oar hearts to Thy o be-dience, Serve and love Thee best of all. 






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I'll Rest at Jesus' Feet 



Dedicated to Mr. & Mrs. Dutch Morrison, Hot Springs, Ark. 

Copyright, 1945, by The Stamps Quartet Music Co. 
Rev. C. C. Yarbrough in "Divine Praise" 

Cho. Mrs. C. C. Yarbrough Mrs. C. C. Yarbrough 




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2. Disappointments here often make the tear-drops fall, And my load seems heavy to 

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bear; to bear; But I know some day all these tri - als will be past, When I 
stay; to stay; Singing endless praise there around the great white throne, And we'll 




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No. 92 We Come To Worship Thee 

Copyright 1046, in "»t»r of Promise" 
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Life Eternal Waits For Thee 

Copyright 1946 iu "'Star ol Promise." 

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1. O soul a - stray, look np to - day, For life e - ter- nal waits for thee; 

2. The man un-wise can nev - er rise To per • feet joy beyond the grave; 

3. His grace np-holds,His love en-folds, So give to Him your heart to -day; 




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Cast off thy weight be-fore too late, Ac-cept God's mei-eies foil and free. 
heed to-day this voice we pray, Come to the Lord and let Him save. 
He'll be yonr friend on- to the end, And take your bur-dens all a - way. 



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J. M. Hensoa 



Happy Singers . 

Copyright 1046, in "Star of PromiNe" 

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J. Porter Thomatoa 




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1. We are cbeer-fnl workers in Hii ho-ly name, Do-ingwhat-so-e'er we may, 
3. What a joy to fol «iow where so-e'er He leads, What a joy His love to know, 

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And a con - eo-la-tion that He in « tar-eedes, Aa a* long our way we go; 

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He will nev - ex leave as in the hour of need, For oar faith on His is staid; 
Prais-ing Him fer-ev - er in an end - less song, Hap-py aing-ers all are we, 

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He's a pre-cious help- er and a friend in-deed, And wesballnot be a- fraid. 
Id His grace e - ter-nal tru-ly grow-ing strong, Ev-er safe with Him to be., 

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We are hap-py sing-ers for omr blessed Sav-ior, Praise all voio - ing, 

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J, M. Heneon 



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2. Lean on His arm, For He is strong, And up-holds you by His might; 

3. Dare to do right, In ev -'ry-thing Seek Him in the day of youth; 

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Lean on His might; Trust ye and sing, Fear the Lord and seek to know the truth, 
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2. He has fit -ted ui for eerv-ice, And we go where e'er He leads, He ha 

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2. I can fail His ■weet peace,,... In my hap-py iouI from day to 

3. Now do mora shall I ligb Un • der-neath the wings of such a 




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3, Shield-ed from danger In this re-treat, Nomore a stranger, Low at Hisfeet. 

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J.M.H. 



Copyright 1B46, in "SUr of Promisa" 

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1. We are march-ing • <> long in the g os - pel light. Help-tag sin-ners to 

2. We are mak-ing Him known at we go a - long, Show-ing oth-ors oar 
I. We shall reach our a-bode in Hii own good time, And shall win oar re- 

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Copyrighted 1946, id "Star of Promise." 
iAXaa ioiri Owned by J. M. Hereon. 



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2. La- bor-ing on in His bless-edvins-yard Hap- py are my pi-grim day b, 

3. Soon I shall pass thru tne gates of Glo-ry, Meet my Mas-ter face to face, 




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hap-py, pure and free; And there I'll a-dore my Lord more and more Thru- 

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1. Beaa-ti - fal mes-Bage of love di-vine, 8weet-er it seems each day; 

2. Beaa-ti -fal mes-Bage of one who died, Sin-nera to lave from Bio, 

3. Beaa-ti -fal mes-Bage bo true and sweet, lei as love it well, 

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Nev-ersuch words have been heard before, Nev-er such love been shown. 
If we bat fol-low it's gold-en light, Irast-ing it's gaid-ance great, 

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Je • sns whom an-gels of light a-dore, Make all oar cares His own. 

Faith will be end - ed at last in sight, Some-day at Heav-en'B gate. 

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With hap-py song way with Christ a - long. 

2. With Him to lead, and fill onr ey - 'ry need, 

With Him to lead spir-it's ev • 'ry need, 

3. We'll keep the road to heav-en's blest a - bode, 

We'll keep the road .* hap-py soul's a • bode. 

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Onr love for Him each day we try to prove; 

Our love for Him tru - ly try to show: 

And for Him we will strive to do our best; 

And for Him we do our ver - y beet: 

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We shout His praf ae, ban-ner proud • ly waye. 

Still seek the lost what ay - er be the cost, Whiloseek-ing 

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Copyright 1946, in " star of Promise" 
J.M.H. Owned bt J. M. Hnvsoir. 







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2. Know-ing Ha will lead ns on to that hap-py home a-bove, praise Him) 

3. What a hap-py time 'twill be when we Bee our pre-ciousFiieBd(inglo-ry,) 



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And the saints of the oth-er days whose voic-ea sweet will blend; (up yonder] 

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At the end-ing of the way we shall find e-ter-nalrest (0 glo -ry) There to 
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2. Giv-ing biess-ings to the glad, Giv-ii gcom-fort to the Bad, Ev-er 

3. Et- 'ry one may share the call, For it is to one and all, From our 

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God and His strong Son; might-y Son; Je - bob gave a lib « er - ty, 
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Copyright 1946. in "Star of Promise' 
Owned by Batnette and Henion 



James C. Moore Owned by Batnette and Henion R. W. Barnette 

1 . Lo the fields all white for harvest stands , Fields at home and fields in foreign lands, 

2. ' Tis the Lord of hosts Who bids you go , He Who suffered death, He loved you bo, 

3. "I am with you a - ven to the end,"S syeth Je-aus, Saviour, tru-eat Frisnd, 

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JamM Walla 



Copyright 1946, in "8t»r of Promise." 

W, FLOYD TAYLOR OWNER 



W. Floyd Taylor 



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J. T. M< 



My Blessed Lord and I 

Copyright, 1946 in "Star of Promise." 
Owned by Henson and McKibben 



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2. Bo oft I'm faint and wea-ry, so oft - ea 1 am weak, He 

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You Gotta Be Holy 



Dedicated to Mr. & Mrs. W. E. Renison, Henryetta, Oklahoma 

Copyright, 1945, by The Stamps Quartet Music Co. 

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No, 113 The Gentle Zephyrs 

Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promise." 
J. M. Henaon Owned by Barnette and Henaon 



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Copyrig-ht, 1945, by The Stamps Quartet Music Co. 
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What a Happy Time 



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Copyright, 1945, by O. A. Parris, Gospel Song Publisher 

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2. My soul is sing-ing the sto-xy of my Sav-ioor each day, And I am 
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Dedicated to all my old-time friends of Webster Community, near Winnsboro, Texas 

Copyright, 1945, by The Stamps Quartet Music Co. 
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2. I re-mem-ber the preacher so gen-tle and brave as be told how the 
3. 1 can nev • er foe-get all those love-ly old songs that the people so 



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Fa-ther a - hove, Gave His on-ly Son Je-sus all the lost ones to save, 
joy - ful - ly sang, Ho w they bore the Lord's message to the poor sinful throngs, 




Bing-ing songs of that blessed a - bode; I can hear my dear mother as she 
such won-der-ful,won-der-ful love; I shall ev-er remember how He 
as the ech-oes so joy-ful-ly rang; I shall always remember when I 




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J. M. Henson 



I Will Hold His Hand 

Copyright 1946, in "star of Promise" 
Owned by J. M. Ubnsojt. 



Jesse B. Hardin 



1. As I go a- long life's rug- ged path-way, I will hold my Sav-ior's 

2. There's no otb-er guide for trnst-ing pil-griros, So I'll hold to Him each 
3.0 my com-rades take the hand that lead- eth, To the land of end -less 



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day, each day. And no road bat where His foot-steps lead-eth, So I 

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Copyiieht, 1945. by 0. A. Parris, Gospel Sons Publisher, la 

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2. For that great as -sem -"bly we mast now be 

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D. C.-In my hand no price I bring, Sim- ply to Thy cross I cling. 
D. C -Rock of A - ges cleft for me, Let me hide my -self in Thee. 

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Mother and Dad Told Me 



Copyright, 1945, by O. A. Parris, Gospel Song Publisher 
C. C. C. in "Christian Soldier" C.C.Calvert 




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2. They told me He came from His Pa-ther a - bo ve, They told me 

3. They told me that He is the Sav - ior of men, The best friend 




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He died on the tree; They told me He came just to 

that we ev - er had; They told me that Je - sua is 



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com-ing a - gain, They who told me was moth-er and dad. 

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When We All Get to Heaven 



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2. While we walk the pilgrim pathway .Clouds will o- ver spread the sky; But when 

3. Let us then be true and faith-ful, Trusting, serv-ing ev-'ry day; Just one 

4. On-ward to the prize be - fore usl Soon His beauty we'll be-hold; Soon the 




man-sions bright and blessed, He'll pre-pare for us a place, 
trav-'ling days are o - ver, Not a shad-ow not a sigh, 
glimpse of Him in glo - ry, Will the toils of life re - pay. 
pearl - y gates will o - pen.We shall tread the streets of gold. 

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When we all What a day of re - joicing that will be! 




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Copyright, 1945, by The Stamps Quartet .Music Co. 



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No. 125 



My Prayer 



Copyright, 1945, by The Stamps Quartet Music Co. 
R. E.A. in "Divine Praise" Robt. E. Arnold 

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Dedicated to my daughter, Mrs. C. C. Yarbrough 

Copyright, 1945, by The Stamps Quartet Music Co. 
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2. Keep Thou my heart, I would be true, 

3. help me Lord each day to stand, 

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There Is a Fountain 

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3. Then in a no - bler,sweet-er song I'll sing Thy pow'r to save, 




And sin-ners plunged be- neath that flood, Lose all their guilt -y stains. 

Till all the ransomed Church of God, Be saved to sin no more. 

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After The Rain 



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2. Af - ter the dawn-ing comes the sun-shine so bright, Then comes the 

3. Smile as you jour-ney, tho' the rain-clouds ap-pear. Let not the 





show-era to re - fresh gold-en grain; 
rain-cloud or - er val - ley and plain; 
drear • y things your heart en-ter-tain; 



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. No. 129. 



J. M. SEN-SON- 



Walk With Me 



COPYRIGHT 1934 IN "SONGS OF PRAISE NO. 3" 

OWNED BY MORRIS & HENSON BTEON Ii. WHTTWOBTH 

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walk with me, 
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Thon and Thou only with manna can feed me, Walk with me now. 
Walk Thou with me, Lord and tenderly guide me, My all in all. 

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2. Here I'll meet with man- y tri-als, As I trav-el on my way, 

3. As the time is drawing near - er, For my spir-it to de-part, 



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And where all is peace and glad-ness, And the soul will nev - er die; 
Bat the love of my dear Sav-ior, Turns the dark - ness in - to day, 
1 am wait-ing and I'm long- ing, For the gos- pel train to start; 



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For I know when life is end - ed, And 1 cross the great di - vide, 

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Who are wait-ing for my com -ing, - ver on the gold- en shore. 
Sing - ing prais - es to my Sav - ior, - ver in the glo - ry land. 
I shall meet my lov - ing Sav- ior 4 - ver on the glo-ry side. 

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s chil-dren have a race to run, Which sin-ners do not know; 

Bi - ble read each pass-ing day, The sweet old sto - ry tell; 
sin - ners hear of love di - vine, And of re - deem-ing grace; 

trne to God, let come what may, While here you have to ream; 

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Help those who fall be - side the way, 
And let your love - light bright-ly shine, 
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Their love for Christ to show. 

And hap - py prais - es swell. 

In ev -'ry drear - y plaee. 

the Lord will call yon home. 



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Copyright, 1945, by The Stamps Quartet Music Oo. 
A.E. B. in "Divine Praise" Albert E. Brumley 



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2. When the tri-ala of this life yon cannot understand; When yon need some* 

3. Sin - ner come and list - en to me now, this is my pray 'r , Get in touch with 




find the way that leads to truth and right, If yon would be free and whole, wit] 
one to gnide you with a strong, strong hand, When yon can go on no more.yoa'l 
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and an o-pen door, Turn away from sin and come on down to the borne of the Lord. 

wash joa white as snow, 

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Copyright, 1945, by The Stamps Quartet Music Co. 
A.E.B. in "Divine Praise" Albert E. Brumley 



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2. I'm try- ing to do the best that I can As I go trav-el-ing 
3. 1 try to live right for Je - sus each day 










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No. 134 Kneel at the Feet of Jesus 

Copyright, 1945, by The Stamps Quartet Music Co. 
Mrs,H.G.G. in "Divine Praise" Mrs. H.G.Gillock 



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Drifting 



Copyright, 1545; hy The Stamps Quartet Music Co. 
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Let not sin your life con-trol,Makesweetheav-en, now your goal. 

Turn to Je - bus strong and sure, To a life that will en - dure. 

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Had I Loved Him More 

Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promise" 
Owned by Henson and Barnette 



J. Max Bnrnetu 



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1. I lore my Lord, I love His word, I'l tell it o'er and o'er; 

2. He saved my soul. He made me whole, And died on Cal-va-ry, 

3. Some day a- bove, Thro' His great love, I'll meet Him on that shore; 






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Had I leved Him more from day to day , Much sweeter my life would have been, 

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No. 137 

Lizzie DaArmond 



Song By the Way 

Copyright, 1845, in "Star of Promise.' 

OWNED BY MOORE & HENSON 



James C. Moor* 



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3. With a hand that's free, give out wil - ling - ly, Of your bleas-ingi while 
3. la His pre - cious name who for sia-nera came, Seek some wand ' ring soul 

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I Have Found the Way. 



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1. I have found the way That leads to endless day, Yon-der in the glo-ry-land; 

2. I will nev-er fear, While Je-sus is so near, I will brave-ly meet the foe; 

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JSy the way called straight,!' 11 reach the golden gate Of the soul's eter-nal home. 



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Watching You, 



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2. As you make life ' s great fight, keep the pathway of right, 

3. Fix your mind on the goal that sweet home of the soul, There's an eye 




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God will warn not to go in the path of the foe, 
watch-ing you; Nev - er turn from the way to the king - dom of day, 

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No. 140 1 Know I Have a Mansion 

Copyright 1945. in "Visions ef Victory" 
H L. H. owned by _ t. henson H. L. Milliard 

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1. I know I have a man-sion a-wait- ing now for me, Just o-ver there in 

2. I've made my prep-a-ratiun for mansion! in the sky , And some sweet day I'm 

3. TbeblesB ed Say ior promised be-fore He went a- way. That He w aid soon be 

4. I know I have sal - ?a - tion now ring-ing in my soul, My life is filled with 




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go - ing to sail a - way np high To be with friends andloved ones, on Heaien's 
com-ing to earth a-pain some day; 1 pray that I'll be read-y to meet Him 
glad-nesB since Je-sashas control;He took a- way my bur-den, and took my 

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gold-en shore, Where all is peace and glad-ness, And sorrows come no more. 
in the air, And live there in a man-sion, In Heav-en bright and fair, 
pain and woe, He saved my soul for-ev -er Be-eause Beloved me so. 



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Getting Ready to Leave This World 

Copyright 1945 in ''Visions of Victory" 

Owned by Henson »nd Elliott A. H. Elliott 

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1. This world is full of troubles it's hard to nn-der-itand, Jast why there's trib-t- 

2. I'm jnst a lone-lypil-grim bowed down with toil and care, My burdens are so 

3. Whenlife on earth is end-ed and all my toils are o'er, Then I'll be lir • tag 



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called to go, O.Lord I am 'get-ting read - y To leave this world bo - low. 

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Copyright 1145, In "Visions oi Victory" 
U. 5. Lindaay ■ Owned by Abston and Heaaon 



I. A. Abates 



1. I'm trusting each day in Je-ins my guide, And trav-'lingthebean-ti-fnlway; 

2. I'm lift-iDg my voice in praises to Him, For Ha is a won-der-fnl friend; 

3. If faith-fal till dawn I'll see His glad smile, Where sorrow andsad-neisis o'er. 



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Where ev - er I go, tho' shadows bo dim, Till safe-ly my jonr-ney ends. 
I'll en - ter glad rest when gone the last mile, I'lllivenp-on Heaven's shore. 




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No. 143 Redeem the Time 

Copyright 1940, im "Star of Promis»\ 

I, A, A. OWNED BY J. M. HENEON I. At Ab«toD 




1. Time is swift-ly pasB-ingby,now the golden moments fly, Yen are leav-ing 

2. Countless friends already gone, live in that e -ter -nal home, They are hap-py 

3. Clouds will never dim the eye, friends no more will say goodbye, They will be for* 



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loon this life with all its care , Yon will soon be gone away, to • nev - er end-icg 
with the Savior over there ; If yon would be with them there, in that land so bright and 
by - er in that home on high; It may not ke far a- way to that land of end-less 

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No. 144 We'll Wake Up In the Morning 



C. E. R< 



Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promise" 
Owned by Hanson and Rogers 



Chat E. Rogen 




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1. We will all wake up some mow-ing In that man sion built on high, And 

2. Some sweet day I'll go and live therein that bright and happy home, Where 

3. Then will come the judgment morning, Wben the dead in Christ shall rise, And 

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No. 145 Christ Has Bridged the Way 

Copyriffht 1946, in "Star of Promise" 
$» C. Cronlo Owned by Uenion and Cronio 



J. M. Hemon 




1. Mid com-mo-tioi of thil earth-life, tra v -»1 ta the land on high, Where all 

2. When the storms of life as-sailme. threat'ning too'.r-whelnwyeoul, When the 

3. Broth-er, list-en! Christ is call-ing while a -far from HimyouBtiaj.In Hie 

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No. 146 The Harvest Is Passing 

Copyrighted 1B46, in "Star of Promise." 

G. J, S. J, M, HENSON. OWNER G. i. SplV«l> 

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1. Man - y souls now in bid drifting farther each day 

2. Never connt-ing the cost, farther on-wardtheygo 

3. Je - sus waits to re-eeive all who come in His ■ame, 

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Bids them on Him be-lieve He is al - waysthe tame; 

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Ney-er giv-ing ©thought to the winter's cold blast 

Go to them with the light, to the Lord holding fast, 

lake the pathway of right,... ... burdens now on Him cast,.. 






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What the fu-tnre will bring when the bar-vest is past. 

Help them win in the fight e'er the har- vest is past. 

Bin -ner come to Him now e'er the har -vest is past. 

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No. 147 Jesus Sought Me 

Copyright 1946. in "Star of Promise" 
J, M. Henion owned by j. m. henson 



T. P. Gladdon 



1. Je-ens sought me when 1 was a atrang-er, Took me in ■ to His fold; 

2. Weak and way ward , I pos-sessed no mer - it, His blood was all my plea; 

3. Grace is now my ev - er - last - ing sto • ry , what a joy di • vine; 

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Life e-ter-nal now I shall in - her-ite, Sal - va • tion full and free. 
And I know that I am bound for glo • ry, For Je - bus now is mine. 



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No. 148 Will You Be There? 

Copyright 1846, in "Star of Promie*" 
J c N. J. i. N. Johns, owner 




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2. 'Twill be joy and love su-per-nal o - ver on the oth-er shore, 
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No. 149 When We See Our Redeemer 



J.N. J. 



Copyright 1948, in "Star of Promise." 
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2. We'll be sing-ing glo • ry, and be tell-ing the sto • ry, Of that 
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GLORY-BEAMS. 



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1. Glo - ry-beams are shining on my way, As I trav - el on to end-less day, 

2. Hap-py all the time with Christ I walk, Finding great delight with Him I talk, 

3. Soon the glo • ry-beams of heav'n I'll see, Shining through the long e - ter-ni - ty, 

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No. 152 I'm Glad My Savior Holds Me 



I.W.M. 



Copyright 1946, in "Star of Promiue" 
Owned by Henson and Meiritt 



B. W. Merritt 




1. When the bil-lows round me roll, my Savior draweth near, And He 
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3. When the fi • nal day shall come 1 know that I shall be 



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G. A. P. 



Tell the Glad News 

Copyright 1946. In "SUr of PiomW 
Owned BT J. M. Iliraioji. 



G. A. Phillip. 




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I. Wit-neis for Je-sns with a word and a f mile, Thii is • to • ken of Hit 
3. Strive to be cheer-fnl ai yon la-bo r and ling, Show that you lore Him ai yea 



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K. W. 



Copyright 1946. in "Star of Promiit" 
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C.T. 



Never Alone 

Copyright 1946. in ''Star of Promise.' 
Owned by J. M. Henson. 




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1. Walk-ing life's path I know not a fear, I hare a Guide and a Friend di-vine; 

2. He shares my grief when the day is done, He will rus-tain me vn - til the end; 

3. Ha is myStayin each storm-y gale, Tho'shadowsgath-er I do not fear; 






In Him I trust, He is ev - er near Nothing I fear f r this Friend is mine. 
In dark-est hoars He gives me a sons;, Nothing can harm me with Bach a Friend. 
Le-gionsof darkness shall not prevail, No oth-er Friend is to me so dear. 

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No. 156 I've Got the Lord 

SPIBITtJAL 
Copyright 1946, in Star of Promise" 
J. V* C. Owned by Henaon and Cobb 



John V.Cobb 




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1. I've got the Lord and the Lord's got me, We're happy here to-geth > er; 

2. I've got the love that the Lord gave me, 1 feel hia pres-ence near- er; 

3. I've got a home far a - bove the Bkies.Wbere storm-clouds come no ney-er; 

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No. 157 I Want to Be Ready to Go 

Oopyrlg-ht, 1946, in "Star of Promise," 

R.L. H. OWNED BY HAHIL & HENSON, 



R. L. Hamll 




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1. I'm draw-ing nearer to the end of life's way, 

2. I know my steps are growing alower each day, Lord I want to ba read-y 
*3. I feel this bod • y growing weak-er each day, 

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158 Will You Meet Me Over There? 



Munden Nizon 



Copyright, 1946 in "Star of Promise.' 
Owned by Henson and Gilliland 



B.F.GUlUand 




I w am go - irig to • Cit ■ y that is ev - tr bright and fair, will you 
Where the tree of life is bloom-ing by the riv-er flow-log free, 
Where we '11 Bee our friends and loved ones on that fair celestial short, 
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will yon meet me oyer there?In that lome,sweet home up yonder 

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Per • feet joy for yon and me, 

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L, O. B. 



Jesus Is the Light 

Copyright IMS, in "Star of Promise" 
Owned by Barrow and Hen ion 



L. O. Barrow 



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1. Heav-ea wet built for all who dai - ly trust the Lord, All who will 

2. Smil-ing thro tears while here, o - ver the years we fear, Bear - ing our 

3. Je • sus is one who knows, all of onr cares and woes, And wo can 




come to Him, live in ac-cord;(aceord)Nothing can harm the blest, surely He'll 

bnr-denB, tread, o'er the rough road Darkest of night will come, it is be- 

trnst Him now o - ver the way; (the way) He will di-rect us right .where there is 

give them rest, All who will com* to • day, He will ro - ward, (re-wari) 
fore the light, Je-sus is near to tako all of tho load, (great load) 
nev • or night, And we can live with Him on that glai day. (glad day) 

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He is the light, beau -ti-ful light, Je-sus is lead-lng me 

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fl'c 160. Step By Step, Day By Day 

To my friend and co-worker, Mr. Fred Thomas. — B. L. W. 
COPYRIGHT 1938, IN "GLORY WAVES NO. 2". 

VmSb Munden Nixon ownld by morris & henson Byron L Whltwortk 

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2. la my joy and in my sor - row, Teach me, Lord, just how to pray; 

3. Un - der ev -'ry ill con - di - tion, Make me will - ing to o - bey, 

4. Lead me o - ver loft - y moun-tains, And thro' val- leys of dil - may; 

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Let me walk to - day, to - mor • row, 
And to keep when in con - tri - tion, 
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• Copyright, 1943, by The Sisk Music Co., in 

T. S. "Voices of Victory." THEODORE SISK 



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I Walk With Jesus 



COPYRIGHTED 1934 IN "SINGING ON THE WAY" 

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SPIRITUAL 

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INDEX 



A Friend of Mine 5 

After the Rain ....-128 

Alone With My Lord 58 

Amazing Grace - 169 

Arlington - 91 

As I Go Traveling On 183 

At the Foot of the Cross 67 

Beyrnd This World 72 

Beautiful Message 102 

Be a Blessing - - 80 

By Faith I Stand 85 

Christ Haj} Bridged the 145 

Clear the Line Before 77 

Come on Down to the 132 

Don't Go Hiding From 154 

Drifting 135 

Eternal Ages _. - 81 

Fear Yq the Lord 95 

Gather Golden Sheaves 68 

Get Aboard the Sunshine 22 
Getting Ready to Leave— 141 
Give Your Heart to Jesus 73 

Glory Beams 151 

Glory in My Soul 30 

God's Love- - 167 

God Leads His Faithful.106 

God's Word Is a Light 15 

Good Enough for Me 75 

Had I Loved Him More.136 

Hallelujah ! Glory -.163 

Happy Singers 94 

Heading Now for Heaven 78 

How Beautiful Heaven 55 

He Covers My Sins 6 

Hear the Captain's Call... 48 

His Forevermore 101 

His Love Leads On....- 74 

His Love Is Sweeter 13 

He's Building a Homo 56 

He'll Walk With Me All 18 

I'm Glad My Savior 152 

I'm Gonna Ride on a 38 

I'm Going Home 79 

■ I'm a Happy Pilgrim 70 

I'm Satisfied - — 41 

I Can Sing _ 98 

I Have Found the Way 138 

If We Never Meet Again-115 

I've Got a Lot of 168 

I Know I Have a.. 140 

In Thy Presence 64 

In the Hollow of His 108 

I've Got the Lord. 156 

I Never Will Cease to 52 

la Your Soul Without 16 



It Will Bo (llory There 66 

T Want to Be Ready to 157 

I Walk With Jesus 166 

I Want to Hoar From... 126 

I Want to Find You 19 

I Want to Stand By the.. 110 
I Will Never Turn Back.. 39 
I Will Hold His Hand...._..119 

I'll Make It My Home 142 

I'll Never Be Lonesome 88 

I'll Rest at JeBUS* Feet— 90 
1 Will Trust the Lord 21 

Jesus Calls Us _ 89 

Jesus Is the Light 159 

Jesus Leads Me On 27 

Jesus Rescued Me 147 

Jesus Wrought Wonders... 8 

Just Like Heaven 117 

Keep His Banner Waving 34 

Kneel at the Feet of....- 134 

Labor in the Harvest-.- 46 

Let the World See Jesus... 3 

Let Your Face Be...- 40 

Living With Jesus — 82 

Like a Breeze From the... 20 

Life Eternal Waits for 93 

Low at His Feet — 99 

More About Jesus 63 

Mother and Dad Told ...122 

Mother'3 Gone 43 

My All in All 54 

My Blessed Lord and 1—109 
My Faith Looks Up to— 83 

My Heart Is Fixed 86 

My Name Is Recorded. — 9 

My Prayer _ _ .125 

My Prayer 42 

My Song 45 

Never Alone 155 

Not Even a Tombstor.e—124 

O Come to the Feast 50 

On the Path to Glory 62 

Ortonville _ - 47 

Over in the Glory Land... 10 
O Will You Meet Me. 158 

Perfect Love —J 49 

Pray for Me 66 

Press On It Won't Be 161 

Redeem the Time... 143 

Rejoice! 35 

Riding the Waves _ .76 

Rock of Ages 121 

Send Out the News 60 

Since the Lord Took My„ 87 
Sing Aloud the Praises — 105 



Somebody Loves Me 170 

Song By the Way 137 

Star of Promise 1 

Step By Step, Day By 160 

Sunshine All the Way 2 

Sweet Melodies 25 

Teach Us to Pray 26 

Tell the Glad News 1.-3 

That Beautiful Home 36 

The Blood of the Lamb 7 
The Evening of Life 31 

The Bread of Life 69 

The Christian Life 131 

The Dearest Friend 1 150 

The Farther Along We 51 

The Gentle Zephyrs 113 

The Good Shepherd 4 

The Harvest Is Passing. 146 
The Harvest Time Goes. 11 

The Home Prepared for 162 

The Light of Love.. 32 

The Light of the Ages 96 

The Little Chapel in the 111 

The Little Old Church 118 

The Only Known Road 59 

The Promised Land 61 

The Song in My Heart 84 

The Song That Never. 28 

The Sound of the... ...107 

The World's Bible - 53 

There Is a Fountain.. 127 

Till the Clouds Roll By... 29 
Thou O Christ of Calvary 97 
Trusting in the Strength 14 

Visions Celestial 1 65 

Walk with Me 129 

Watching You 139 

We Come to Worship 92 

We Trust the Father for.104 

We'll Top the Hills of. 23 

We'll Wake Up Some 144 

What a Singing There— 24 

What a Happy Time 116 

When God's Soldiers 120 

When I See My Savior— 33 

When Christ Shall 17 

When Morning Breakb 12 

When Morning Sweeps 114 

When the Hand of Love._164 

When We All Get to— 123 

Where He Leads Me I 44 

When We See Our 149 

Whispering Hope 37 

Windham 71 

Will They Miss Me? 57 

Will You Be There 148 

Winning the World By_.100 

With Happy Song 103 

Won't It Be a Happy 130 

You Gotta Be Holy 112 



Copyright 1946 by J. W. Henson 



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